Prescribed dental implants
Prescribing dental implants The patient's characteristics, such as the age and history of implant receiving positions or radiation history, will be effective on implant results. In addition, it is believed that the history of smoking can have a negative effect on the bone marrow response in the phenomenon of osteonetrition (bone-to-implant implantation). Other patient-related factors, such as titanium allergy, are currently under discussion. In some cases, it is possible.
Prescribed dental implants
Patient characteristics such as the age and history of implant recipient positions or radiation history will be effective on implant results. In addition, it is believed that the history of smoking can have a negative effect on the bone marrow response in the phenomenon of osteonetrition (bone-to-implant implantation).
Other patient-related factors, such as titanium allergy, are currently under discussion. In some cases, the skin may be seen in the rashes or tiny bumps.
The presence of skin rash does not necessarily indicate a cause for allergy, but may have other causes, many dermatologists do not currently know titanium as an allergic agent. Some reports in alimentary responses to titanium alloys may be due to reactions to aluminum or vanadium, not titanium.
Aging by itself does not cause a weaker response to the implant. However, the ages are too low relative to the non-administration of implants because the implant is like a lacrimal duct with an occlusal surface lower than the rest of the teeth. It remains in place, but the patient's jaw continues to grow, which will continue to grow in the years to come because of the fact that the bone covers the implant inside the bone. It often causes prosthetic problems. The general suggestion is that implant placement in young people, up to Completion of physical growth is delayed.
In selected patients, when there is a strong mental stimulus, dental implants can be used in children, but in these cases, preferably in lower jaw areas and in combination with overdentures.
In selected patients, even in 2-3 year old children who have been carefully selected, they can use implants to connect hearing aids or to treat congenital cranial abnormalities. The reason and motivation of such treatment in young children is the prevention of social disability due to severe hearing impairment or pseudo-illness that can not be effectively treated in other ways.
A patient with high blood pressure can use implant treatment if under the supervision of a doctor. A controlled diabetic patient can also use implant therapy. People with
Suitable hygiene and patients with oral and dental health can use implants.
If we have bone width or good bone height, we can use an implant for the patient. If we have been using a dental implant for a long time, we can use implants